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Vermont orphanages, mid-late 1800's

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Re: Vermont orphanages

Posted: 10 May 2005 11:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 May 2005 11:28PM GMT
"The residents are listed at E.D. 295, 64, and 72."
Well I don't know how to translate E.D.'s into page numbers. But if you go to 1870 census to Vermont to Chittenden to Burlington it starts you at page 1 of 360. I didn't see E.D. listed anywhere on the page.

I did find a couple of people listed as "Sisters of Charity" on page 295, but much less than I would have expected for an Orphanage. I did find the "Home for Destitute Children" on page 125. Just incase anyone wants to see it. I didn't see anything for St. Joseph's on page 64 and wasn't going to search page by page. Apparently the institutions aren't indexed.
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Tina 4 Apr 2003 10:22PM GMT 
Leslie 22 Jun 2003 2:31PM GMT 
grunty99 11 May 2005 5:56AM GMT 
Tina 13 May 2005 1:06PM GMT 
NotAvailable0... 15 Mar 2008 2:48PM GMT 
gjefferskv 28 Oct 2010 9:46PM GMT 
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